Tag Archives: landscape
Just about got this finished in time for the end of winter, hurtling as we are towards Imbolc tomorrow and the start of spring. Although it’s still cold, there are signs that the earth is waking up from her winter … Continue reading
I know, two posts in one day. I have a new camera, and I just wanted to see if anyone can tell the difference (all pictures below are with the new camera; earlier post today was using the old one): … Continue reading
Still waiting for wool batting; still working on this landscape quilt. The foreground fabric came from an old dip-dyed muslin skirt that belonged to a friend of mine. Doing lines.
While I wait for my wool batting to arrive, I’m working on a wall-hanging quilt. Just a few little stitches on some hand-dyed cotton scrim.
Here is one of the little pieces of linen I painted at the weekend: With a little layering and stitching, it can be integrated into a small textured landscape: A very happy birthday today to my mum, who likes poppies.
After the marathon six-month epic of hand-stitching all those large quilts for the peace series, I think it’s time for something a little less complicated. I’ve been working with one of the moons I showed you last week. This is … Continue reading
The cloth changed its name yesterday. Until yesterday it was Night and Day. Night: and Day: It started life as a cloth about time: about how it’s a peculiarly human need to carve up time into convenient measures – minutes, … Continue reading
I hung it up in the workroom. Layered sheers are almost impossible to photograph because the light changes the colour, depending on your angle and viewpoint. Depending on your perspective, in fact. Ha. The central circle measures about 21″ in … Continue reading
Well, so much for ‘oh this will be really simple, just a few quilted lines.’ There are a few quilted lines: But mostly it’s become a lot more complicated than that. This, of course, is ‘Perspective’, another square/circle quilt. There … Continue reading